Let’s explore how the difficult history of racial violence and the good new of Universalism intersect in the past and today. Joetta Prost is a member of St. John’s with an interest in local history, particularly near her home in Northern Kentucky.
Topic: Upcoming Servies
When I was a small child I lived in Tehran, Iran, where I attended an international school. United Nations day was a day for carnival games and treats. We all dressed up to represent some part of our mixed heritage — because no … read more.
Manuel Perez is the Membership Coordinator for Cincinnati Interfaith Workers Center, part of the Interfaith Workers Network. Today he will speak to us about the value of solidarity. Come learn how empowering communities can serve our spirits and the world.
Would you, could we, accept a place at the table of beloved community? Would we be skeptical of a wide and warm welcome? Would we be suspicious of motives behind an invitation? Maybe it wouldn’t be right to accept the invitation if … read more.
One of humanity’s most ancient foes is on the ropes. Thanks to abundant electric light, the darkness has lost its power over us. But have we gone too far?
Ashleigh Rhodes and Marie Inanli, Co-Directors of Religious Life.
We all have our own beliefs about the divine but exploring those beliefs and living out our values is done in community. Come for a discussion about the power of small group ministry and what it … read more.
Yes, bring your pets to be blessed at this special service. If Fido or Fluffy isn’t good in crowds, bring a photo.
This week Miciah Thacker and Anjali Dutt will share reflections on their experiences traveling in India.
In an era of great conflict and controversy, how do we create a space to have conversation, how do we find a way to talk to each other? Aaron Davis, “a southern-raised gun enthusiast and special education teacher who made to work for the … read more.